Messy morning across Niagara
Snow, freezing rain and ice pellets all mixing together to make a messy morning across Niagara and much of Southern Ontario.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says there are no watches or warnings in place for the Niagara region, but you just have to be aware that it's a messy drive.
With temperatures sitting around the freezing mark, Coulson says it's hard to say what the rest of the day will look like.
The Toronto area received rain and snow overnight and was expected to receive about five centimetres of snow during the day while areas north of the city are likely to get another five to 10 centimetres.
Eastern Ontario was expected to receive about 15 centimetres by early tomorrow.
Because of the impact of the storm in the U-S Midwest, almost 200 flights were either cancelled over delayed through the morning at Pearson International Airport.
In Niagara all busses are running as usual with schools open.